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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME -xn. LETTHBHlDiGE, ALBCTTA. .THURSDAY, JANUARY 23.1910 NUMUEH 3ti ALLIED MISSION 10 MEET RUSSIANS CONGRESS TURNING ATTEltlON TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS fUTS To Sigh Peace Early in June PARK, preliminary puce will aigned orly In June thl Iattet (o the mixt truttworthy Information, jiyi Marcl) Hulln, In the Echo de Parlf, today. Ordered To Surrender Petrbgrad 7" L- TrcUky, Ruisian minuter1 of war, hw Zlnovleff, the BolihtvLki governor of Pctrograd, to surrender that city without a fight if It attacked by the nortbtrn Rusitan Dominion Premiers Want Pre- cedent Established at Peace Conference to Prevail in League of Nations. 1'AK.S, ;.Jan. (Special cable from Jolm W.' Da The Dominion premiers aro" pleased thai a jjood deal or interest Js being in Uia new international of Urn British do minlorir- consequent upon: their suc- cessful demand for direct representa- tion aX autonomous nations In the membership of-the peace congress tiiey'liave novr to deal with the q i ion of the representallon of ihsso countries "InVtivp forlliconiing league of lifclions. Borden and other do minion premiers have bwn Inierrfew WlHclr views on'this matter by ,repreaMitallTes ot- the .varloui organizations. the mat ha not >et con Bldertd b> "the dominion premiers T a vlevf to -making specific represe tfcmsi no question as fo petition the> take The) ril ask precedent Kb ail Also apptj tho the dominions be xiren rep- national fifes and as ID fee British f Vnown is the Tte coaipoMUoa of the TittlooB U as jeC a raatfei ot sur raise, but U aRRiimed tbal there lie for eacli nation representation in ils And import ance in VIM etent Canada will ask fer direct recoenttlon as a fcraftlltr na ticn, .jrtyte represental to serve upon 'the panels from 'which thf! British -Empire. delegates will be Is not that there wil be at.} dlftv.lty in tccunng IM representation .n view of the recog liTtion .by the 'peace conference of th ritfit oribeee domfnlons to be regari ed as autonomcuR nations of the fm pcrlal CTrmnouwealtb Extremists Arc.Causing Revolt in Ranks of .All Labor Unions LON'DOX, Jan. strikes and more serioifs ones in England over'disputes wblch ordinar- ily irouM'be considered aiilro port ant Imvc led dome students of labor conditions io-the belieMhat the ancle are'made, not in an effort to better labor conditions; foul in an attempt to revolutionize the cohd.Uou of tabor employment. v _ >aay' HT.OQO'-Yorkshire coal min- are idle their decline to allojr 20 minuted dead time for meals -norkers wanted Uie men to sat in. relays and Ujus keejvthft er> going pf. great CUde i> threatened ovW a mealtime iie niaii3 emptr itomacha iTTey ino hours then had an hour breakfast Tjnder tne new 4thour plan whicli has bften ed tor breakfast arid-work" is to start at 7 o'clock. The discontentment- said fo fee cawed by like to arise in-time an'early breakfast In the Aipbuildtoe nnlon fa an ae live minority whlchy demands, a 30- hour week'. A. number, of ers haie are npt In s> m pathy with cohlihtwd trivial' demands, and ihfy are ported by the more tnenv benr f Tne Daily Mail which is usually well Informed1 I hfs connection These art a rfaull tnin orUy, but are exceedingly active They are in revolt not against capita jut alio acalnvt the oalonj leads lAor in r i lni m a Can No Longer Be Nentral in Solving of World Problem! Now. Jin. Matt, (tie SptDiih premier, qnei tloned fey Dtrcia. Republican HetamM; relatlre (b his rie'.r In thiiiMorocaih qucsllon >n4 the MUure or ships to central Itterned Ih Tte pirraltr wM 'thirhfi ITU the A- t ject o( confauit from the GenAn I Vfriied lo mrxr'on, but fo'tnvl the support ot jniblie ke imtnl utl lor iMj lafurtltl Tkt ilfnW, Ha neitnl oor war yfrilcr' flMkt KMtumen tint ftt Vtreiro t ttttart, rial moFt (bo- i to thft'coawnHy of fnterett Htiryga Hine fe (mtwam Atlftfttlc wat- Mfitr DorcU nMtined (Mriittr, tut Alt rOTler wli do not wild to iboiit it refljr M no qneatloii an (Ml sub He hi hid been untie to (el n'- niyly fioBttrnIny infc: but (hit IPIE1EIYWT0) LONDON, Jan Official! of ibo Bolihtvlata afttr upiurt of Narva to rout, U a HthHtiffara to tht Pally Mail Etth- vntan tft-. new within of Pat and ana .munltlcni, thtfr tri tmln Who assumed the duties of "secirtary of. yean eace Conference Decides Send Mission to MeetJQ A Delegation From Russia Wilson's Proposal Finds Acquisition in Allied Peace Council ---Will Meet Russian Delegates at Princess Bolsheviks Do Not Agree, More Strenuous Measures Will Be Necessary. Speakers at U. F. A. Conven- tion Urge Farmers to Ex- tend Political Activ- for Payment of War Debt. fSneclal tft iriraldl EDMONTON; Alia.; Jan. John Kennedr, nomlnallv of but gen era! 1> of 7. e stem Canada, a man described' toyiPresldeDt as one ha A done: at- least as much fori the organized farmers bt the nunkm as otKcr> Addressed tne contention of the United Farmers ot taVin? as his-text, Canrfidates." BeBldcs Mr. Kennedy r convention ivas ad- cd bV of Clares- the fn the Uritiah to (o a legislative seal She spoke on' "The Opportunity R. Ball, of EdnMij- ton tlse contention on Cinadi'Can Pay Her Peter Land Savs Buildinf of Belter Homes a Vital Problenl. C'A7.OAnV, Jan. qussiion. of the service and plan departraent of tlie Western HctatI Lumbermen's. Association was the topic ing that developed into animated ,dis; cassion as to the department should be curtaileil .or carried..-to greater efficiency. an discussion that'brougSl out tae are w.jso m ifeierat He declared time bid, matters.1 coal fl looV Mter tlKinsftlves, that the farm- so far adi-anced in liie oK ganlzadoa taat eaoush ta demand Jepisla- tioa ft Bui R- was in federal Ijptlt Piasident and Premie George It I understood Jliat .inasmuch as supraee has accepted tbe settlement ot tiie tl c plan form tb.o foundatiot pt the structure .-which the' peace" ccn- gress iriSy erect to thp leagut, of nation Vet 'if i pomlcrf bi I observers li ere that this "is" ainie'rc jexcbangt1 of courtcss The plan for setting the Russian question is identrcal with that niii niier Lloyd George -sugsestcd in-Jiia nole (o Stephen Pichon Frenc'i fo ejgn on Januan? j A strong point of the 'position as- sumed-bj- the supremfe council in the proposition is ihat In tlie event pC'ils rejection' by tlie Bo'fshe- 1 expected necessarj' to restoto While other erpmcnts must'f ctmiply with the offer as" alllcil vistp, publtc opinion .may lo'support any hlcb oleo came up up nt that elded opinion prevalei system of cooperative advertlatiuj' I or the building of better homes for ttif people Bhpuld Inaugurated by- toe association It was voiced as tie opinion of the meting that1 tne elation should, sat aside as large' a snm as possible for-thfs purpose'.in world WAS ILLE6AL fts "fatal the'comml- in Yi61AUoft of nn'lmperlal statute pMtetVin tbe rflfn of Charles T.' tbolfthtaK Ihe rhimtrer, And fcfftrmlnf that 11 la TloKUlon fundnmeniiil o( work, the establishment of j a This" question 7 promises to Vp'mraand, virluaUy "tjis'unrjiyirifcd attention cf- the) dclegiteB until their action ing Russia shoVa results ohs way. or Another. As (lie Jlusfian gates are not eipecteiTat Frincea Islands until February'15, this mean3 that 'nearly the whole at- tention o{ UIP congress Tiill 5e tamed IL, me league of nations i until President for s It is regarded as quite-eipiitt- cant in circles pea'-o eonEreis tnat ija 4 announced that the, tirst a league of. nat.ous to te ercd comes from Premier George. t Jad P.olieit Cecil, vlio announced at Fans( ne to1 the peace" congress a draft British Tiew of the subject of. the league of nations. 325-3 he 'hmks an hiternatvonal >und1 with absolutely pov ;r 13 not practical at present. 'The "creation ot non-rigid Internal- 'onal machinery coancil by exerting influence toward coacjfiatioa majr-.TTprlf will be the main strength, of future peace makera1 he said; Such a-body must, however, possess at least sufllcifent InternationaHy, cuar; antecd .power lo be- able -to prfveiit mr-prise ileelnrationa compel to accept delay dur ing which forces of. civilization, may iiave time to try to avert a calamity, "The of modern" elates has great- that no nation can -control ;Hs own afTalrs en- tirely without regard to of its actions on 'It Is to see that in tain cities wateriraya will to bfr under International (rolr.whicli guarantee acceai to Some of .states of the Austro-Hungarlan. example, can not have independent accees to the.sea." Switzerland (o nswEpaiwr dispatches, considering. a.pUHvwhjch' will give Iier a way to reach t (derate ft a itronf fnterest m lining tree accest to SalonlkJ, but It Is out of Ihe question for thtin to plan possesftwn of Ihat port Thd hiost important example of tbis kind, of course, is that of the Dardanelles and tho Bosphorus 1 DUIJUK Jan Sinn 1'eln liarllamcnt provided onfjr ,a session Its membera held n brief sutacrlbfcl rid feU that. .the Beting at the Mansfoii prHSnf.position was vMlfc to adopt iba Afterwards Count Plunkelt told the ichemft the A was unwilling f o "porters that ft statement of thft busl rio the Ils own work hfe fraosactea bft furnWidU to which, can opiwrtunily fo' discussion and conciliation will M the roiln resource' of tho'league ii" dealing..with ,disputes .In, which vital inierests ot great nations are lnj As In the peace congtss Ultimate decision muat rest great powers, as a lasT rwort tlie league can enforce its decliieu only by will possessed by the great nftt' Ions. of the attitude of othef powers: reiiresenled at; the. "congress, LoM Hobert nald he had fount] fn versallons tvilh. delegates that Iherd was-ip virtually. large agreement on .he r.hait outlined. (if .smaller dlsptitesi between -nations Is no reason, he sold, why they should nellled by an International trfhuaal Ldrd Robert he favored the cslablfjh- mdnt et a permanent IcternallMuil council of Ibe league which would ill at a place agreed upon ncllon as An imwer Came (rom c Inconsls- following pre conference A Dunaam, if ho Declared that he oftt excUement of any kind was sh6wn, about when what U was lhijd mild. CONFLICTING PARIS, Jan advkti en th< of the IHwv archl-t fn Pftrtwfaf vrtrt at hand iMiy A ditpaUh from, Madrid it Vlfo tetofnm rtatrflg that hM Mtwn-r ed a mere 6n dare that the itverwMiit the point of the ;